How do you have your displays set?

Discussion in 'Clarity' started by Mark W, Sep 25, 2018.

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  1. Mark W

    Mark W Active Member

    I'm wondering which displays people here use for their LCD screen and the center display on their Clarity?
     
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  3. dalbeck

    dalbeck Member

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    I find myself switching often. The infotainment screen typically just has Waze up now for traffic patterns etc. But other times I will have the energy app open. On the center display, I rotate between the fuel gauge to show EV Range and HV Rage, to the energy app display on there.
     
  4. Emanuel Green

    Emanuel Green Member

    I almost always have the binnacle screen set to the range estimate (EV + HV = Total range).

    Center display runs Android Auto, so either Waze or Audible.
     
  5. Carro con enchufe

    Carro con enchufe Active Member

    EV + HV

    Apple Carplay
     
  6. iluvscuba

    iluvscuba Active Member

    Compass/Street Name

    Energy Flow / EV+HV

    I use my phone for Waze when going to places further than 10km and in that case, my front display change from street name to navigation direction from Waze
     
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  8. amy2421

    amy2421 Active Member

    My LCD screen is always the range EV + HV. I really wish they had made a little number in the bottom left corner showing the remaining EV range, then I would use the centre display for something else. FWIW, in my Sonata Hybrid my centre display always had the power transfer (energy flow) diagram up, but with the Clarity I find that unnecessary.

    The centre I changed to the tiled display with the green meadows behind it. I love that! (Although I do think it makes the inputs a little extra laggy, similar to putting a large image file as your desktop wallpaper.) I usually have the Nav Map up and then also toggle to the Audio menu and Phone menus. I don't like the Android Auto version of Google Maps, so I'm perfectly happy using the built-in Garmin GPS. It has traffic alerts and I also sometimes consult the Google Maps app on my phone for traffic/accidents before I set out. Which reminds me that I still need to read up on updating my maps to the current version(s). :)
     
  9. JCEV

    JCEV Active Member

    What don't you like about Google Maps on Android Auto? I usually use Waze to check traffic.

    Centre: EV+HV
    LCD: Android Auto
     

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